Robotic Integration Class
EWI/Buffalo Manufacturing Works
October 18-22, 2021
Robotic Integration offers an introduction to common applications for standard industrial and collaborative robots. The course covers robotic selection, operation, and setup; safety considerations; electrical and pneumatic interfacing; basic and intermediate programming; and applications-based programming including pick-and-place, machine tending, palletizing, and continuous path operation.
Over the course of five days, participants will wire and assemble a fully functioning robotics cell. The combination of classroom and hands-on instruction promotes the learning of robotic concepts that can be applied in a variety of production settings rather than specific product knowledge. Robotic Integration offers 35 professional development hours (PDH) upon completion of the course.
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Questions? Contact Susan Witt, Industrial Training Manager, at [email protected] or 716.710.5538.